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Feb

Physician and Author Dr. Sanjiv Chopra to Talk on “An Invitation to Good Health and Lasting Happiness” at Health Expo

BURLINGTON, MA– Dr. Sanjiv Chopra, a physician and author of several books on health and happiness, will give his keynote address on “An Invitation to Good Health and Lasting Happiness” at the 6th Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo on March 4 at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.

In this talk, Dr. Chopra will review the scientific evidence linking coffee, exercise, vitamins, nuts, and meditation to good health and longevity. He will make a distinction between Happiness, Joy and Bliss. In addition, he will elaborate on the importance of Friendship, Forgiveness and Gratitude in being Strong Anchors in one’s Happiness.

“We are looking forward to Dr. Chopra’s keynote speech on his happiness formula,” said Upendra Mishra, producer of the Health Expo and publisher of INDIA New England News. “Dr. Chopra will also talk about the famous Harvard Grant Study on Adult Development and mention a unique village in Sardinia that has the highest proportion of Centenarians.’

The Expo will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2018 from 10: 00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. The Expo is free to all attendees, but you must pre-register. For more information and to register for FREE, please visit Health Expo website at http://healthfitnesswellnessexpo.com/

The expo is produced by The Mishra Group in collaboration with INDIA New England News, INE MultiMedia, and IndUS Business Journal.

Dr. Chopra’s talk, in a sense, distills a lot of relevant material from his book: The Big Five: Five Simple Things to Live a Longer Life and his latest book, published in December 2017 by St. Martin’s Press and co-authored with Gina Vild: The Two Most Important Days: How to Find your Purpose and Live a Happy and Healthy Life.

The Two Most Important Days is a life-changer of a book. It connects happiness with finding your life’s purpose and shows you how to start achieving both. The philosophy and poetry are inspiring, and the book is also grounded in studies, psychology, science, fun facts, and exercises-so it’s a wonderful balance of theory

This book has been extremely well received:

Sanjiv Chopra, {Rose Lincoln}/Harvard Staff Photographer

“Every life has its trials and tribulations. Yet you’ll find each challenge and opportunity is a touchstone to higher consciousness and leads you closer to a life of love, compassion, joy, equanimity, and self-realization. This majestic book has much wisdom to savor and practical steps to help you navigate life’s many forks. I promise it will delight!”

Deepak Chopra

“The Two Most Important Days has something for everyone. Skeptics will find research data, poets will find poetry, seekers will find spiritual wisdom, and everyone will find warm, down-to-earth, common-sense approaches to making life richer and more satisfying. You will be inspired as you read it cover-to-cover and then return for practical reminders of what you can do today, in this moment, to bring more joy and meaning to your life.”

Robert Waldinger, M.D., director of Harvard Study of Adult Development

“Sanjiv Chopra and Gina Vild have gracefully woven the wisdom of generations and recent scientific research into a delightfully practical understanding of how each of us can achieve happiness.  And, importantly, how we can share it with others–family, friends (and foes) and a world in need of joy and healing. Keep a note pad handy as you read.  You will definitely find yourself saying ‘Wow, I can do that!’ And, smiling to yourself.”

-Ambassador Richard Celeste

“This book is an absolute gem, radiating a sense of joy and wonder throughout its pages. It inspires reflection and offers simple yet important changes that will bring renewal and purpose to one’s life. Grounded in science that explains how gratitude, forgiveness, meditation, yoga, and friendships boosts what’s known as the ‘happiness quotient,’ this books illuminates a path forward with practical and engaging exercises and inspirational poetry.”

Andrew Carroll, New York Times bestselling author and co-founder, with the Nobel Laureate Joseph Brodsky, of the American Poetry & Literacy Project.

Dr. Chopra, MD, is Professor of Medicine and served as Faculty Dean for Continu­ing Medical Education at Harvard Medical School for 12 years. He serves as a Marshall Wolf Master Clinician Educator Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Dr. Chopra has more than 150 publications and nine books to his credit. Dr. Chopra is Editor-in-Chief of the Hepatology Section of UpToDate, the most widely used electronic textbook in the world subscribed to by more than 1.2 million physicians in 195 countries.

He is a sought after inspirational speaker across the United States and abroad, addressing diverse audiences on topics related to medicine, leadership, happiness, and living with purpose.

He has received numerous rewards, including: In 2003, The American Gastroenterological Association Distinguished Educator Award.

was  bestowed upon him.

In 2009, he was elected as a Master of the American College of Physicians, a sin­gular honor bestowed to only a select few individuals for being “citizen physicians, educational innovators, scientific thinkers and humanists who inspire those around him or her and sets the standards for quality in medicine.”

He has written nine books including:

Dr. Chopra Says   Medical  Facts and Myths Everyone Should Know (With Allan Lotvin, MD)

Live Better, Live Longer. The New Studies That Reveal What’s Really Good and Bad for Your Health.

Leadership by Example: The Ten Key Principles of all Great Leaders

His brother Deepak and he wrote a double memoir: “Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny and the American Dream,” published May 21, 2013. It is a National Best Seller.

The Big 5 Five Simple Things You Can Do to Live a Longer, Healthier Life.

The Two Most Important Days…by Sanjiv Chopra and Gina Vild was published by St. Martin’s Press in December 2017. It has received singular advanced praise.

 

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